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Is Religion Healthy
We wouldn’t touch most religious debates with a 10-foot pole. But here’s a question we can get behind: Is being religious good for your health?
Molly — a nickname for psychoactive drug MDMA — is making waves in pop culture, music, and even the mainstream media. Keep reading to learn why Molly's not as innocent as it sounds.
Studies show that processed foods high in sugar, fat, and salt can be just as addicting as drugs. Avoid getting addicted in the first place by snacking on nutritious whole foods and save the salty, sweet, or fatty stuff for a special treat every once in a while.
A new Chicago area bar just opened up, and it's got people talking. What's all the buzz about? The bar serves up soft drinks instead of the hard stuff.
What happens after you puff-puff-pass? Greatist explores the brain’s reaction to Mary Jane, both immediately and in the long term.

Pass on the puff puff? Not so fast. Contrary to past findings (and cultural stereotypes), smoking the reefer might not negatively affect our smarts. Greatist looks into a new study to find out why.

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Is Religion Healthy
We wouldn’t touch most religious debates with a 10-foot pole. But here’s a question we can get behind: Is being religious good for your health?

From 12-Step Programs to Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew, there’s no shortage of ways people approach treatment for addiction. But could exercise really help the healing process?

GUEST POST: Trainer Jonathan Angelilli takes us through his personal struggles growing up around drugs and temptation, and how exercise helped him forge a new body and outlook on life.

Yesterday Massachusetts voted to legalize medical marijuana; Arkansas voted against it. We’re not talking just munchies and Pink Floyd — weed can be a legitimate treatment for medical ailments.

Pass on the puff puff? Not so fast. Contrary to past findings (and cultural stereotypes), smoking the reefer might not negatively affect our smarts. Greatist looks into a new study to find out why.

What happens after you puff-puff-pass? Greatist explores the brain’s reaction to Mary Jane, both immediately and in the long term.

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